Police cracking down on the “Counterfeit Triangle” … and more

January 21, 2010 04:39PM

1. Police cracking down on the so-called Canal Street “Counterfeit Triangle” [NY Press]
2. Staten Island village of Tompkinsville boasts Sri Lankan cultural outposts [NYT]
3. Possible illegal shelter spotted in Bedford-Stuyvesant [Bed Stuy Blog] 
4. Vocational high school in the South Bronx set to be closed, but automotive program will be spared [NYT]
5. Rabies-invested raccoons invade Central Park [Westside Independent]
6. New York City unemployment rate hits 10.6 percent [NYT] 
7. Harlem’s Gateway II development showing signs of activity [Curbed] 
8. Goldman Sachs posts $13.4B profit [NYT] 
9. Bloomberg aims to assist restaurant openings [Eater] 
10. Architects work to find other sources of income in downturn [NYT]

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